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See definition of laureates on Dictionary.com
  • as inpoet laureate
  • as indecorate
  • as ingrace

synonyms for laureates

  • laureate
  • major poet
  • cite
  • plume
  • laureate
  • pin medal on
  • adorn
  • bedeck
  • decorate
  • crown
  • deck
  • dignify
  • distinguish
  • elevate
  • enhance
  • enrich
  • favor
  • garnish
  • glorify
  • honor
  • laureate
  • ornament
  • set off
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How to use laureates in a sentence

This implies that the recitations were not single, as if by poet laureates, but that many shared in them.
STUDIES ON HOMER AND THE HOMERIC AGE, VOL. 1 OF 3W. E. GLADSTONE
In many cases they were devised by clever play-wrights, and their glories recorded in the verses of the poet laureates.
HOLIDAYS & HAPPY-DAYSHAMISH HENDRY
Sternhold and Hopkins were his Laureates, for perpetually on all kinds of wings of mighty winds he came flying all abroad.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOL. II, NO. X., MARCH 1851VARIOUS
I have also convoked a few young laureates of the college, but only such as are little versed in affairs.
THE EXECUTIONER'S KNIFEEUGNE SUE
Certainly, no one of the Laureates, Cibber excepted, was so mercilessly lampooned.
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 2, ISSUE 10, AUGUST, 1858VARIOUS
It was rather like twenty minutes for dinner at what our railway laureates call an eating house.
SOMEWHERE IN RED GAPHARRY LEON WILSON
Petrarch and Tasso appear to be the only distinguished laureates of Italy.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 64, NO.394, AUGUST, 1848VARIOUS
But if we proceed from Apollo, our chapter on laureates will be longer than the tail of a comet.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 64, NO.394, AUGUST, 1848VARIOUS
We began with the earliest of laureates and the latest,—Apollo and the venerable Wordsworth,—and with them we will conclude.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 64, NO.394, AUGUST, 1848VARIOUS
Neither the laughing little streams nor the more majestic and historic waterways have ever yet found their laureates.
FACES IN THE FIREFRANK W. BOREHAM
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